20 Week Twi Language Course Starting 26th October 2015
We are really looking forward to starting the new term at GLS and meeting you all.
This is a special link only accessible to those on our waiting list and expires on Wednesday the 30th of September 2015.
Please note only 6 places have been allocated to a waiting list of over 30 people, so don't delay!
Simply follow the instructions below to pay by card (please note there is a £6.50 admin fee on all card payments).
If you would like to pay by Bank Transfer or Direct Debit click here to complete the online booking form (no fee applied, payment instructions are included in the form and are sent to you again once you complete it).
On the course you will be provided with a comprehensive handbook featuring handouts, role-plays, exercises and a glossary.
As a special thank you for regstering before the deadline, you will receive a FREE Audio Bite with 'Key Twi Language Phrases' at the start of your course.
The course is based at:
Theatro Technis, 26 Crowndale Road, London, NW1 1TT. The venue is in-between Kings Cross St Pancras (Train Station) and Mornington Crescent (Tube Station) and will run on Monday's from 7 - 9pm.
The last day of this course will be Monday 4th April 2016
NB. This course will break on 14th December 2015 for Christmas, returning 11th January 2016
There will also be a 1 week bank holiday break on the 28th March, resuming 4th April 2016.
For more information:
Also visit 'The Ghanaian Language School' on Facebook.com/theghanaianlanguageschool and '@GLSUK' on Twitter
When & Where
The Ghanaian Language School
The Ghanaian Language Schol is a subsidiary of Neo Native Limited. Neo Native exists to make African Languages and culture easily accessible to the diaspora. In addition to this, the company makes a commitment to working for the benefit of African communities and achieving a number of social purposes.
“To live is to choose. But to choose well, you must know who you are and what you stand for, where you want to go and why you want to get there.”
Kofi Anan (Former Seventh secretary-general of the United Nations, 2001 Nobel Peace Prize.)